Holy Rosary Cathedral is a Roman Catholic cathedral in Vancouver, British Columbia. It is operated by the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Vancouver; its Archbishop is J. Michael Miller, CSB and its Rector is the Very Rev. Glenn Dion. It is located at the intersection of Richards and Dunsmuir Streets in the downtown area of the city.

History
Holy Rosary Cathedral was built in 1899-1900 and was designed in a French Gothic style by T.E Julien of the firm of Julien and Williams, architects. Among other notable events, it was the setting for the civic funeral of Joe Fortes, beloved local lifeguard and swim instructor.

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